Meanwhile in Arizona: Trump’s Border Wall Torn Apart by Monsoon, Mother Nature Got the Last Laugh

As if we needed another reason to stop what we were doing and laugh full-stop at Donald Trump, here it is. A huge section of his very great border wall was torn to shreds after heavy rains fell in southern Arizona.

Yep. All it took was one little monsoon in Douglas, Arizona to tear the wall of its hinges, leaving a gaping hole in Trump’s beautiful legacy. (Much like heavy winds tore a lovely section of the wall down last year that left President Beaker with IBS.)

But how could the very best wall in the world fall so easily to the elements? No one could have predicted the greatest wall ever built crumbling in disgrace (much like Trump’s presidency) after just a few years.

Color us shocked.

“I will build a great wall – and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me—and I’ll build them very inexpensively,” Trump promised way back in 2015. “I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I will make Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words.”

While Mexico didn’t, in fact, pay for the wall it probably would have held up a whole lot better if they had built it. But in reality, American taxpayers built the damn wall, with Trump declaring a national emergency so he could funnel billions of dollars away from disaster relief funds.

And in a way he was right. The wall is a disaster.

What we really need is a wall to enclose the sociopathic billionaire hucksters who make their living preying upon the little guy. And with just a handful of them running around (more like moving sloth-like from the 18th hole to the early bird special), the wall would actually be pretty affordable.

Just don’t get America to build it. We’re only good at making dick-shaped rockets that shoot into space.

Photos: Sarah Silbiger (Getty Images) and Michael Tullberg (Getty Images)

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